Rodgers makes cut, Greenbrier next
Avon’s Patrick Rodgers made his second cut in as many weeks as a professional at last weekend’s Quicken Loans National at Congressional Country Club in Bethesda, Md.
Barnhart growing as player with Bats
In his first season in Triple-A, Louisville Bats catcher Tucker Barnhart has witnessed the significant difference between it and the other levels in which he played after being drafted by Cincinnati in 2009.
Sky Zone hosts dodgeball qualifier
Twelve teams filled Sky Zone Thursday night, each hoping to advance to the regional round of the Ultimate Dodgeball Challenge in Las Vegas.
Colts, Pacers highlight benefit game
Thousands came to Victory Field Thursday night for the sixth-annual Caroline Symmes Celebrity Softball Challenge, to see some familiar faces play an unfamiliar sport for a good cause.
Former Oriole, Vandy win NCAA baseball title
More than 200 baseball teams started the season with the dream of winning an NCAA Division I national championship. Former Avon pitcher Jared Miller and his Vanderbilt teammates realized that dream Wednesday night.
Pacers' George hosting youth camp at AHS
Indiana Pacer and NBA All-Star Paul George is set to host his inaugural Indianapolis-area youth basketball camp next month at Avon High School.
- Avon alum ready to spark Irish Avon alum and current Notre Dame basketball player Austin Burgett is busy getting ready for his junior season with the Irish. Notre Dame started its offseason summer conditioning last week, and the 6-foot-9 forward anticipates a better year for an Ir
Former Bulldog gearing up for junior season
Summer is the time when collegiate golfers can really focus on their game, and IUPUI junior-to-be and Brownsburg native Austin Winings is no different.
Rodgers off to Congressional after pro debut
Although Patrick Rodgers played in the Travelers Championship as an amateur in 2012, there was a different feel to it when he returned last weekend for his first event as a professional at TPC River Highlands in Cromwell, Conn.
The Year of the Oriole
Every high school athletics program enters the school year with high hopes, but few can walk away at the end knowing theirs was the best in their county’s history.
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